NYSC Nigeria – How Every National Youth Sercice Corper Can Setup an Online Business in Nigeria, With Little Capital

Thousands of youth just did their POP and are sent into the ever-growing Labor Market.

The worst part of the story is that the economic situation of the country is biting harder and our governments are finding it very difficult to provide solutions to this problem. As a Youth Corps member or someone that just passed out of NYSC, this may be your first time of experiencing some shocking realities of life. This means that if you must survive, you must think outside of the box and create a business from the comfort of your home, while waiting for a miraculous job.

There are a few professional businesses you can do. These businesses would also give you the opportunity to continue with your jobs and other endeavors.

Some of these businesses are:

1) Afro-allied Marketing - Poultry, Snail Farming etc
2) Music production.
3) Digital Marketing - Blogging, Bulk SMS Reselling, Apps Development etc

Now, the only one you can start with little capital, is Digital Marketing. This comprises of Starting any kind of blog, websites forums etc which can several several purposes. Yes, your blog can be used to resale Bulk SMS, Can be used to offer app development services and it can also be used for publishing sponsored articles and banner ads.

Take a look at what we are doing at TechMatas.

Now, I have written and published a simple and easy 9 step methods to Start Your Own Blog with Little.... It is easy to follow and should you hve any problem along the way, just get my contact and call me up and I will assist you. Follow the link and read How to Setup A Blog in 9 Steps.

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Comment by Samuel Makuochi on November 7, 2017 at 3:22pm

Welcome.

Comment by Chris Prince on November 7, 2017 at 2:29pm

thank you . this is inspiring.

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